The future of work spaces is that they aren't "there" anymore. Employees are always "en route" in an ever-growing, interconnected global society. There is more time being spent in virtual meetings and international calls, less time being tied to one place. The future of work will become more mobile, flexible, and transitory - offering an unprecedented opportunity for geographic independence. The once-desired corner office with a window will be replaced by the mobile office with a 360 view of any city in the world: a pop-up work office that allows you to work anywhere you are. It's part architecture, part transit, and part technology - a modular, mobile cubicle that can be "parked" and aggregated anywhere. The traditional office building, segregated by walls and confined by location, is reimagined as a dispersed fleet of connected mobile offices that have the ability to shift, connect and aggregate - to exist in different cities and have a fully-working office in commute.
Describe your idea in less than three sentences.
The Office En Route breaks the geographical boundaries and challenges office hierarchal, spatial, and organizational norms. It encourages limitless collaboration and the ability to work flexibly on-the-go. It's part architecture, part transit, and part technology - a modular, mobile cubicle that can be "parked" and aggregated anywhere - to exist in different cities and have a fully-working office in commute.
What type of content is your submission?
Digital presentation for web or print, with a focus on customized imagery and renders that evoke the impact "Mobicle: The Office En Route" could have on the work-life balance, transit issues, technology, and the built environment.
Please highlight any third-party material used. Be sure to include the source where it can be found.
http://www.wallpapers4u.org/highway-cars-city/, https://thenounproject.com, http://www.alamy.com/stock-photo-big-isometric-city-with-hundreds-of-different-houses-offices-skyscrapers-89056801.html